Beijing. The Central American country of Honduras on Sunday opened its embassy in China after breaking ties with Taiwan a few months ago to establish diplomatic relations with China. China’s official media CCTV said Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang and his Honduran counterpart Enrique Reina attended the opening ceremony of the embassy on Sunday morning. The report said that Honduras still needed to determine the permanent location of the embassy and increase its staff.
According to a statement by China’s foreign ministry, Chin resolved that China would establish a new model of “friendly cooperation” with Honduras. This symbol of the strengthening diplomatic ties between the two countries came to the fore during Honduran President Xiomara Castro’s six-day visit to China. Honduras established formal ties with China in March and joined a string of recent breakaways with former diplomatic ally Taiwan.
China considers self-governing Taiwan as its separate province, which it can forcefully make part of the country if needed. China prevents its diplomatic allies from building formal ties with Taipei. Castro arrived in Shanghai on Friday on his first visit to China since the establishment of ties with China. During his stay in Shanghai, he visited the headquarters of the New Development Bank, a bank set up by the BRICS countries, which include Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Castro’s office tweeted on Saturday that Honduras had requested entry to the bank.
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